Gakuen Alice DVD Litebox

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About Gakuen Alice DVD Litebox

This Gakuen Alice complete collection contains all 26 episodes.

Mikan and Hotaru are best friends! (Well, according to Mikan, anyway. Hotaru doesn't seem to care.) Then one day, Hotaru is escorted away in a fancy black car, apparently scouted by a school in Tokyo called "Alice Academy." Crushed at the loss of her favorite pal, Mikan scurries after her, determined to enroll, too!

But Alice Academy is a mysterious place. Can Mikan tough it out in a school where explosions, superpowers, giant baby chicks and axe-wielding teddy bears are the norm? But it's not as if she has a choice, because once students enter Alice Academy, there's no escape!

Special Features: Textless Opening, Textless Closing, Character Bios, Liner Notes, Previews.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Themes: Magical Girl, Powers, School Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 650
  • Year Created: 2004
  • Release Date: 11/1/2011
  • Weight: 0.4
  • Region Code: 1

Ratings & Reviews

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I love this show .


Gakuen Alice is about a simple girl (Mikan ) whose genius friend (Hotaru) leaves to go to the exclusive Alice Academy . The girls friendship is strange in that their personalities are polar opposites. Mikan is a kind hearted simpleton whereas Hotaru is a cold and aloof genius who's obsessed with money . When Mikan goes in search of Hotaru she ends up discovering the secrets of Alice Academy and of herself . The one caveat I have with this series is that they hint at certain plot points that are never pursued and many question remain at the end of the show. Overall Gakuen Alice has earned a home in my keeper section , it's a fun show .

One of the best


Gakuen Alice is an amazing series. The anime is more so geared towards children; as it is lighthearted and funny (with only hints at darkness), while the manga delves into much deeper, darker places. Both are enjoyable. The anime is a fun watch (though the first episode is rather boring). I highly recommend this to all-especially older watchers. The older you are, the more you can appreciate the quirky childishness of the characters.

A true gem of a story.